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Richmond House, Cappoquin, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
Richmond House was built in 1704 by the Earl of Cork and Burlington. It is now a four-star country house and restaurant and all rooms are ensuite with period furnishings and TV.
The Earl of Cork built Richmond House in 1704. Refurbished and restored each of the 9 bedrooms feature period furniture and warm, spacious comfort. All rooms are ensuite and feature views of the extensive grounds and complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access is available throughout the house. An award winning 18th century Georgian country house, Richmond House is situated in stunning mature parkland surrounded by magnificent mountains and rivers.
Richmond House facilities include a fully licensed restaurant with local and French cuisine. French is also spoken at Richmond House. Each bedroom offers central heating, direct dial telephone, television, trouser press, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access, tea-and coffee-making facilities and a Richmond House breakfast.
Richmond House has received the Bridgestone Country House of the Year, Bridgestone 100 Best Restaurants & Places to Stay in Ireland, Georgina Campbell's Best Places to Eat, Drink & Stay, Feile Bia All Ireland Food Award Winner and Fáilte Ireland registered four-star country house.
Salmon fishing can be arranged on the River Blackwater. There are four 18-hole golf courses nearby and we have beautiful walks and scenery locally. Richmond House is recommended in all leading travel guides. Residents and guests can enjoy our lovely gardens and croquet lawn.